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Internal Communications

External communications strategies can succeed or fail based on how well they are received in-house.

Therefore, the most important audience for your communications is the internal one because your employees shape the brand experience for your customers. Comit works with leading Irish and multinational businesses to build positive communications and engagement across all levels of an organisation.

We use proven techniques and best practices to educate your key internal stakeholders. From initial workshops and interviews, we can create bespoke internal communications plans incorporating a wide range of tools including the intranet, newsletters, blogs, videos, social media and employee events. We can play a very important role in securing employee commitment and creating a positive, focused workplace. In turn, this will drive customer engagement and satisfaction, building loyalty and recurring revenues. 

 

“Comit developed a very clear and impactful internal communications programme for FEXCO. We are delighted with the results.”   Danny Kerins, FEXCO

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By Catherine Coffey Monday, 20th May 2019 | 0 comments
The world’s leading technology companies have managed to leverage their brand and reputation to attract and retain top talent as well as grow their businesses. Tech giants like PayPal, Google and Apple have some of the best-known company cultures, service and product offerings, and brightest minds. Arguably, what sets them apart from other technology companies is the way they communicate their message through the clever use of PR. Here’s how you can follow in their footsteps and emulate the success of these technology companies:

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By Catherine Coffey Monday, 29th April 2019 | 0 comments
Company blogs have been around for years now. However, while many organisations have blogs, they can end up neglected or aren’t used to their full potential. There are so many advantages to leveraging the power of blogs. Current and potential customers can get to know more about you and your services while prospective employees can gain an insight into your company culture and workplace atmosphere.

Studying PR in Ireland

By Catherine Tuesday, 23rd April 2019 | 0 comments
Public relations is a hugely exciting career path for enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about telling interesting stories, informing the masses about the next hot trends or setting the political agenda. From tech PR to consumer PR to public affairs to corporate PR, it is a constantly evolving industry.

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